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ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION

AGENDA

OCTOBER 26, 1999

  1. Approval of the minutes for the meeting held September 28, 1999.

  2. DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. Request approval of transfer of $11,944,712 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:

 

Transfer
(From)/To
1999 2000

Economic Self-Sufficiency Services

$

Salaries and Benefits
Expenses
Special Category - Pre-Entry Training

11,944,712
(12,157,021)
212,309

Provides for the realignment of budget to reflect actual reduction in Food Stamp earnings due to a federal change in the earnings rate. This change is necessary to replace lost revenues in the appropriate categories.

 

  1. DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. Request approval of transfer of $779,547 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
  2.  

    Transfer
    (From)/To
    1999 2000

    Assistant Secretary for Administration

    $

    Salaries and Benefits
    Expenses

    (622,998)
    (156,549)

    Office of the Secretary

     

    Salaries and Benefits
    Expenses

    102,953
    5,137

    District Administration

     

    Salaries and Benefits
    Expenses

    520,045
    151,412

    Provides for the transfer of funds to support the timely review of subrecipient audit reports and management reviews as required by section 20.055, Florida Statutes, and recommended by the Auditor General.

     


  3. DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. Request approval of transfer of $1,143,000 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
  4.  

    Transfer
    (From)/To
    1999 2000

    Family Safety and Preservation

    $

    Grants & Aids - Child Care - WAGES
    Grants & Aids - Child Care - Working Poor/At Risk Families

    (1,143,000)
    1,143,000

    Provides for the transfer of WAGES child care budget to cover a projected shortfall in the working poor child care category created by the transfer of former transitional child care client group expenditures from the WAGES child care category to the working poor category. This action is in accordance with the approval of the Child Care Estimating Conference, which met on September 20, 1999

     


  5. DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. Request approval of transfer of $1,437,487 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
  6.  

    Transfer
    (From)/To
    1999 2000

    Adult Services

    $

    Expenses
    Home Care for Disabled Adults
    Grants & Aids Community Care for Disabled

    8,206
    (4,103)
    (4,103)

    Developmental Services

    $

    Expenses
    Grants & Aids Individual and Family Supports
    Room and Board Payments/Developmentally Disabled
    Grants & Aids Community Development Services

    153,790
    (85,144)
    (19,399)
    (49,247)

    Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Services

    $

    Expenses
    Operating Capital Outlay
    Grants & Aids Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse Svcs
    Grants & Aids Child Mental Health Services
    Therapeutic Services Children
    Grants & Aids Community Mental Health Services
    Grants & Aids Baker Act Services
    Grants & Aids Community Substance Abuse Services

    1,045,570
    146,090
    (131,802)
    ( 29,450)
    ( 55,926)
    (625,984)
    (140,240)
    (198,258)

    Family Safety and Preservation

    $

    Expenses
    Operating Capital Outlay
    Grants & Aids Contracted Service

    89,219
    4,612
    (93,831)

    Provides for the transfer of budget from special categories to Expenses and Operating Capital Outlay to allow the department to pay for travel, equipment and other activities that support programs funded from special categories.

     

     

  7. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. Request approval of transfer of $3,208,838 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
  8.  

    Transfer
    (From)/To
    1999 2000

    Division of Health Services

    $

    Salaries and Benefits
    Inmate Health Services

    (3,208,838)
    3,208,838

    Transfers available health services salary funding to provide for a shortfall in special category inmate health services.

     

     

  9. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. Request approval of transfer of $ 69,425,460 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
  10.  

    Transfer
    (From)/To
    1999 2000

    Community Corrections

    $

    Salaries and Benefits
    Expenses

    (4,605,621)
    907,419

    Offender Work and Training

    $

    G/A Dade Hart Program
    G/A On the Job Training

    333,333
    150,000

    Security and Institutional Operations

    $

    Salaries and Benefits
    Other Personal Services
    Expenses
    Operating Capital Outlay
    Food
    Acquisition Motor Vehicles
    State Institutional Claims
    Tuition Payments
    Data Processing Services
    Other Data Processing Services

    (52,536,250)
    500,000
    ( 7,354,287)
    ( 964,920)
    ( 690,000)
    690,000
    2,000
    355,360
    226,334
    1,234,355

    Administration

    $

    Salaries and Benefits
    Other Personal Services
    Expenses
    Operating Capital Outlay
    Lump-Sum 10-20-Life
    Florida Corrections Commission
    State Institutional Claims
    Tuition Payments
    Grants & Aids Dade Hart Program
    Grants & Aids On the Job Training
    Data Processing Services
    Other Data Processing Services

    57,141,871
    ( 500,000)
    6,945,746
    964,920
    ( 500,000)
    1,122
    ( 2,000)
    ( 355,360)
    ( 333,333)
    ( 150,000)
    ( 226,334)
    (1,234,355)

    Provides transfers to realign appropriations to match the reorganization of the department developed in accordance with SB 1742.

     


  11. DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATIONS. Request approval to temporarily transfer $400,000 cash from the Alcoholic Beverage and Tobacco Trust Fund to the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund. All cash loans to the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund will be repaid upon receipt of cash from the Department of Banking and Finance Tobacco Settlement Clearing Trust Fund, which becomes available after January 1, 2000. The repayment will occur no later than June 30, 2000.

  12. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES. Request approval of proposed rule revision to Chapter 60K-5, Florida Administrative Code, Attendance and Leave.
The proposed rule amendment is made within the authority of section 110.219(5), Florida Statutes, which requires the Department of Management Services to adopt rules pertaining to administrative leave provisions for employees in the Career Service. The rule amendment outlines the provision of granting one hour per week of administrative leave to employees to participate in school or community activities.